Frank Lloyd Wright

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Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959)
in his ever-present pork pie hat.

A. D. German Warehouse (Richland County, Wisconsin)
The only Frank Lloyd Wright building in his hometown of Richland Center and a highly endangered landmark.
A. W. Gridley House (Kane County, Illinois)
Frank Lloyd Wright designed house, now a private residence.
A.P. Johnson House (Walworth County, Wisconsin)
Acres, The (Kalamazoo County, Michigan)
Albert and Edith Adelman House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Home in Fox Point
Aline Barnsdall Complex (Los Angeles County, California)
Alvin Miller House (Floyd County, Iowa)
A Frank Lloyd Wright designed Usonian home constructed in 1946. It is located on the west bank of the Cedar River, severely damaged and nearly destroyed in the floods of 2008.
American System Built Homes-Burnham Street District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Prototype structures of Frank Lloyd Wright's concept of American System Homes.
Anderton Court Shops (Los Angeles County, California)
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
One of Frank Lloyd Wright's last major designs
Archie Teater Studio (Gooding County, Idaho)
Arthur Heurtley House (Cook County, Illinois)
Avery Coonley House (Cook County, Illinois)
Baird House (Hampshire County, Massachusetts)
Bernard Schwartz House (Manitowoc County, Wisconsin)
A Frank Lloyd Wright Usonia home, currently under restoration, available for tours and to rent.
Beth Sholom Synagogue (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Brandes House (King County, Washington)
Broad Margin (Greenville County, South Carolina)
Carlton D. Wall House (Wayne County, Michigan)
Carroll Alsop House (Mahaska County, Iowa)
Charles L. and Dorothy Manson House (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
City National Bank Building (Cerro Gordo County, Iowa)
D. D. Martin House Complex (Erie County, New York)
Dana Thomas House (Sangamon County, Illinois)
Darwin D. Martin House (Erie County, New York)
Dr. G. C. Stockman House (Cerro Gordo County, Iowa)
Dr. Robert and Mary Walton House (Stanislaus County, California)
Duey and Julia Wright House (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
E. Clarke and Julia Arnold House (Columbia County, Wisconsin)
East Avenue Historic District (Monroe County, New York)
Emil Bach House (Cook County, Illinois)
Ennis House (Los Angeles County, California)
Eric and Margaret Ann (Davis) Brown House (Kalamazoo County, Michigan)
Eugene A. Gilmore House (Dane County, Wisconsin)
F.F. Tomek House (Cook County, Illinois)
Fabyan Villa (Kane County, Illinois)
Fallingwater (Fayette County, Pennsylvania)
Fasbender Clinic Building (Dakota County, Minnesota)
First National Bank (Livingston County, Illinois)
First Unitarian Society Meetinghouse (Dane County, Wisconsin)
Fountainhead (Hinds County, Mississippi)
Frank B. Henderson House (Du Page County, Illinois)
Frank J. Baker House (Cook County, Illinois)
Frank L. Smith Bank (Livingston County, Illinois)
Frank Lloyd Wright House and Studio (Cook County, Illinois)
Frank Thomas House (Cook County, Illinois)
Fred B. Jones Estate (Walworth County, Wisconsin)
Frederick C. Bogk House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
The only Frank Lloyd Wright house in the City of Milwaukee commissioned by a specific client
Frederick C. Robie House (Cook County, Illinois)
Frieda and Henry J. Neils House (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
George Madison Millard House (Lake County, Illinois)
Gerald B. and Beverley Tonkens House (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Goetsch--Winckler House (Ingham County, Michigan)
Gordon House (Marion County, Oregon)
Grady Gammage Memorial Auditorium (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Graycliff (Erie County, New York)
Gregor S. and Elizabeth B. Affleck House (Oakland County, Michigan)
H. P. Stutton House (Red Willow County, Nebraska)
Hanna-Honeycomb House (Santa Clara County, California)
Henry J. Allen House (Sedgwick County, Kansas)
Herbert A. Jacobs House (Dane County, Wisconsin)
Generally considered to be the first of Frank Lloyd Wright's Usonian homes.
Herbert and Katherine Jacobs Second House (Dane County, Wisconsin)
The second home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Herbert and Katherine Jacobs
Herbert Jacobs Second House (Dane County, Wisconsin)
Heritage Hill Historic District (Kent County, Michigan)
Hiram Baldwin House (Cook County, Illinois)
Isadore H. Heller House (Cook County, Illinois)
Jack Lamberson House (Mahaska County, Iowa)
James Charnley House (Cook County, Illinois)
John and Dorothy Haynes House (Allen County, Indiana)
John and Syd Dobkins House (Stark County, Ohio)
John E. and Catherine E. Christian House (Tippecanoe County, Indiana)
Laurel (New Castle County, Delaware)
Lewis House (Leon County, Florida)
Lindholm Oil Company Service Station (Carlton County, Minnesota)
Lloyd Lewis House (Lake County, Illinois)
Lockridge Medical Clinic (Flathead County, Montana)
Building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright
Louis A. Penfield House (Lake County, Ohio)
Lowell E. Walter House (Buchanan County, Iowa)
Malcolm Willey House (Hennepin County, Minnesota)
Marin County Civic Center (Marin County, California)
Mary W. Adams House (Lake County, Illinois)
Mason City Downtown Historic District (Cerro Gordo County, Iowa)
Maynard and Katharine Buehler House (Contra Costa County, California)
Millard House (Los Angeles County, California)
Mosher House (Lorain County, Ohio)
Mrs. Thomas H. Gale House (Cook County, Illinois)
Muirhead Farmhouse (Kane County, Illinois)
Frank Lloyd Wright designed Usonion Style house
Old Brass (Beaufort County, South Carolina)
Park Inn Hotel (Cerro Gordo County, Iowa)
Parkside East Historic District (Erie County, New York)
Patrick and Margaret Kinney House (Grant County, Wisconsin)
Paul J. and Ida Trier House (Polk County, Iowa)
PD Hoyt House (Kane County, Illinois)
Frank Lloyd Wright designed house, now a private residence.
Pettit Memorial Chapel (Boone County, Illinois)
Pope-Leighey House (Fairfax County, Virginia)
Price Tower (Washington County, Oklahoma)
Quintin Blair House (Park County, Wyoming)
Rev. Jesse R. Zeigler House (Franklin County, Kentucky)
Richard C. Smith House (Jefferson County, Wisconsin)
Frank Lloyd Wright designed Usonian home
River Forest Historic District (Cook County, Illinois)
Riverview Historic District (Kankakee County, Illinois)
Robert and Elizabeth Muirhead House (Kane County, Illinois)
Robert H. Sunday House (Marshall County, Iowa)
Robert Llewellyn Wright House (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Robert M. Lamp House (Dane County, Wisconsin)
Robert Roloson Houses (Cook County, Illinois)
Rosenbaum House (Lauderdale County, Alabama)
The only Wright building in Alabama, and is one of only 26 pre-World War II Usonian houses.
Russell and Ruth Goetz Kraus House (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Samuel Freeman House (Los Angeles County, California)
Seamour and Gerte Shavin House (Hamilton County, Tennessee)
Seth Peterson Cottage (Sauk County, Wisconsin)
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (New York County, New York)
Storer House (Los Angeles County, California)
Sylvan Road Bridge (Cook County, Illinois)
Taliesin (Iowa County, Wisconsin)
Taliesin West (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Theodore Pappas A., House (St. Louis County, Missouri)
Thomas P. Hardy House (Racine County, Wisconsin)
Frank Lloyd Wright designed house
Tracy House (King County, Washington)
Unity Chapel (Iowa County, Wisconsin)
Unity Temple (Cook County, Illinois)
Walter Gale House (Cook County, Illinois)
Ward Winfield Willits House (Lake County, Illinois)
Warren Hickox House (Kankakee County, Illinois)
Westcott House (Clark County, Ohio)
Westhope (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
Wilbur Wynant House (Lake County, Indiana)
William A. Glasner House (Cook County, Illinois)
William B. and Mary Shuford Palmer House (Washtenaw County, Michigan)
William B. Greene House (Kane County, Illinois)
Frank Lloyd Wright designed house at 1300 W Garfield Ave, Aurora
William H. Winslow House And Stable (Cook County, Illinois)
Wingspread (Racine County, Wisconsin)
Woodside (Grant County, Indiana)
Wyoming Valley School (Iowa County, Wisconsin)
Zimmerman House (Hillsborough County, New Hampshire)